Driveway Easement - Why Choose Resin As A Surface?
Driveway easement is the when one party allows access to another's land in order for them to access the road. If this easement access was not allowed or granted then the first party would be landlocked and now not have access to the road.
Changing the driveway surface as the landowner
It’s common for you want to change or need to change the surface of the driveway, from tarmac to resin as an example, this shouldn’t cause an issue with anyone involved.
Access needs to be assured through the construction of the new driveway being installed, so a prior agreement will need to be agreed by both parties, this could be one of the terms of the agreement.
Generally, both parties would need to contribute to the up keep of the driveway and therefore the cost of the driveway should be shared equally. But the final say is with the landowner.
Make sure you choose the right driveway
This is important and something you should carefully consider; a driveway easement normally indicates that the driveway will used more than your average residential driveway. So, choose a strong, durable surface that is built to last. Choose a reputable company that will install the driveway to the correct guidelines and specifications.
Resin driveways will provide you with an ideal surface, Yorkshire Resin Company with over 20 years' experience will make sure the area is excavated and installed correctly meaning your driveway even with the extra usage will last the test of time.
Resin as a driveway surface can cope with the extra weight from the additional traffic usage, low maintenance and causes no issues with drainage. This is the ideal surface to choose.
If you want to find out the cost of a new resin driveway or just have a few questions then please get in touch!